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William Tasso wrote:
You missed the point.
I'm certainly not going to argue any longer.
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There is a difference between a noun and a verb.
To hump (verb) is to have sexual intercourse
Tp have the hump (noun) is to be fed up, agitated, irritated.
Now, as well as learning the basics of business, may I suggest you
1) learn to spell (you should have said 'shitycyclopaedia' it's more
correct and more poetic)
2) learn British slang (I recommend the Probert Encyclopaedia)
3) Learn how to speak English
Writing in news:alt.www.webmaster
From the safety of the NTL cafeteria
as in: "We humped that cabinet right across the data-centre"?
and then we got the hump because it had to be moved back.
More definitions from the furniture dept ...
Shag-pile: collection of discarded partners?
well-laid: Lady of easy virtue?
** Business as usual
Here in the States, maybe elsewhere also, Wednesday is known by many as the
And here I was, all the time thinking it meant getting over the hump of the
middle of the week ;)
Unofficial, often officious, alt-www-webmaster Site
So, explain to me what the word 'Tp' is if you're so clever. Get a
Also, explain to me how I can misspell a word that I invented.
Do you not recognise English? This is English. What other language is it?
Please explain without looking like a complete tosser. If possible.
Why? Any old computer in the closet because it wont run the latest games
can be a server.
Im not sure what all you are using it for but generally 1/10th of the
computer you use as a desktop, using free linux and running off of a DSL,
can be server enough for 100 people. A little more computer required if you
are determined to use Windows as a server OS.
I do run a server here at home. However it doesn't offer the resiliance
required and runs off a small ADSL line and not a fat pipe. I run on a
shared hosting due to the resiliance and backup they offer. Most UK ISP's
also take a dim view of running webservers commercially without a commercial
It's necessity over requirements. When I went back to bed and had a proper
sleep It was clear that it's a very simple thing to do using a catchall
address and back end scripts via cron jobs. There is no requirement to spend
5 times the amount per month for a dedicated server which will be signed up
to a longer contract than a shared hosting deal which doesn't tie in for
long periods. Hoever the mention of VPS's in an earlier thread was
interesting, and that was what I was enquiring about.
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